Date: Thu, 04 Sep 1997 08:27:53 -0500
From: National Aero Safety <>
Subject: Re: Cadillac Catera - A Fine Euro-Sedan

poppy wrote: > In article <>, says... > > > >In article <5udes7$4ch$>, > > (poppy) wrote: > >> > >> I just purchased a Catera after 4 months of testing cars. I test > drove BMW, > >> Mercedes, Saab, Infiniti, Audi, and the Catera. What a great car > and > excellent > >> value. You should test drive one and decide for yourself. You will > be > >> surprised. Cadillac has a real winner in the Catera. > > > > > >Turns out that "POPPY" has never posted to usenet before according to > all > >available archives. This is obviously not a genuine case of owner > >satisfaction, but a poor attempt by a General Motors operative to > SPAM up > >most of the European Auto news groups. This cum-by-ya Yo-Yo has > posted > >this SPAM advertisement as a stand alone in at least 5 groups which > are > >coincidently the ones mentioned in the ad. > > > >The least that this clown could have done was to add a banner link to > the > >Local BattleStar Cadilliactica Dealership for color. Nice try > "POPPY", > >are things that slow in the Cadilliac showroom? Say, isn't the > Catera > >that thing that looks like a Saturn on steroids? Yea, I thought so! > > > >Roswell > > > I love it when people show their ignorance. I never posted to the > usenet news > groups before because I never bought a Catera before. I am just trying > to let > some people know that they may be wasting valuable dollars by buying > that > Mercedes C-Class, Saab, BMW 3,5 & 7 series, and Audi, Lexus, etc. I > did the > research over 4 months and Catera was a clear winner. No motive other > than I am > an individual owner, and I have been blown away by the experience. > > What is it that really has you troubled. Did you pay to much for the > car you > bought? Are you not getting the value you should? > > Have you ever driven a Catera? Why don,t you try it and respond back. > Would you > rather I do pornographic postings? > > Why do you feel the need to call me names like "clown"? Can I help you > in some > way? Your tone indicates you are distrustful. Is it related to your > past. Do > you find it hard to trust people. Have you thought about Buddism? You > seem to > be reaching out and revealing your tormented soul. Can you not trust > others > because you are not trustworthy? > > If I can help I will. What facts do you want from me to assist you in > understanding I am telling the truth? > > To me it is not what you eat for lunch, but who you have lunch with. > It is not > where you wind up, it is the journey. I am sorry you had such a bad > journey > that you can not trust people. > > I feel sad for you. > > poppy If you feel sad, then send lots of money! :-) Obviously Poppy is your last name, as it appears that Opium is your first. Nice try Mr. GM, but the Steven Segal personna doesn't cut it. It's still a poor attempt at SPAM. You're a clown alright, but the "Cum-by-ya Yo-Yo" was the better description of the two listed. Happy Motoring in your new Super Saturn, Dude! BattleStar Cadilliactica Forever, Man! I'll stick with my dependable old Beemers, thank you. Roswell ps: May peace and tranquility be yours GrassHopper!

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